Nick Cannon, Halsey & More Musicians Join Protests Over George Floyd’s Death

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Nick Cannon celebrated the memory of George Floyd and demanded justice in Minneapolis on May 29, 2020.

While many artists have shared their outrage over George Floyd’s death on social media by demanding justice against the police officers responsible, urging an end to racism, making donations and more, some are leaving their homes to speak out in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.

As protests spread across the country from Seattle to Los Angeles to Minneapolis to New York City to Atlanta and beyond, musicians are joining those who are gathering to call for an end to systemic racism and police brutality. Nick Cannon is one of them.

The actor and musician wore a black hoodie featuring Floyd’s final words, “Please I Can’t Breathe,” written across the front as he marched with Minneapolis protesters on May 29.

In subsequent Instagram posts featuring black-and-white photos of himself with protesters, the entertainer noted, “We All Tired of it…,” “THEY GON HEAR US LOUD AND CLEAR!!!” among other messages.

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